Le Corbusier: World Heritage

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Seventeen French architect’s works will become part of the prestigious category. It was announced by the UN agency for science, education, and culture.

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The architect Le Corbusier (pseudonym of Charles-Edouard Jeanneret-Gris) will become World Heritage. It was announced by the UN agency for science, education, and culture on Twitter.

Specifically, there are 17 works of the architect – born in La Chaux-de-Fonds in 1887 and died in Roquebrune in 1965 – to become part of the prestigious category: covering a span of 50 years and located in seven countries (France, Switzerland, Belgium, Germany, Argentina, Japan, and India).

Among them: the Villa Le Lac on the shores of Lake Geneva in Corseaux; the Cité Radieuse of Marseille; a Firminy neighborhood; the Complexe of the Capitole in Chandigarh in India; The National Museum of Western Art in Tokyo; and Casa Curutchet in La Plata, Argentina.

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